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PostPosted: 11 Aug 2017 19:22 
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Ok, I'm liking mikroC PRO so far, but there are a few bugs that are quite annoying.

Major breaking bug:
Create a button and assign an action for any event (onUp, onDown, etc.) let's call it lowerFunc. The IDE then flips over to the generated code. If I want to add even so little as an IF statement to a function above lowerFunc, the ide will ask me if I want to remove lowerFunc's reference in the design because it thinks I've deleted lowerFunc. Of course, I have to hit yes, otherwise I will be stuck in an endless loop of this dialog. This is quite an issue....

Minor bug, but important:
Automatic code indentation? Would be a nice feature to have, because as it stands, the IDE likes to have a mind of its own when it comes to indenting new lines.. even if I try to manually tab. I have to open the file in MplabX and CTRL+SHIFT+F to re-indent the code properly.

We are looking to potentially purchase thousands of your touchscreens, but we need an IDE that is manageable.

Thanks,
Harrison


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PostPosted: 17 Aug 2017 10:18 
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Hello,

I have assumed that you have FT90x compiler, since you are posting in this section of the forum. Strangely I have been unable to reproduce your issue. Can you try and give me the exact steps you were using to get that issue ? I have made a new project, made a button and assigned an action to the event "OnClick". The code flipped to the IDE and I was able to write down if statement with a non existing parameters (e.g. if (afafaf > 0)) and nothing happened similar to what you describe... Can you maybe attach the project where this happens ?

Looking forward to your answer...
Best regards


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